my tv screen is driving me insane - help?

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  1. Brian_Linnen

    Brian_Linnen Stunt Coordinator

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    hi folks!
    i am hoping someone here will be able to help me out with
    a problem i am having with my panasonic pt-51hx40.
    i currently have a blue strip about a half an inch in
    width running along the bottom of the screen from the far
    left to the center. from the center to the far right, there
    is no problem.
    i have messed around with the convergence settings and they
    look good, but i can't get rid of the blue strip. i have also
    noticed that on the left side of the screen, the left side
    of objects in movies is outlined in blue. it is very annoying.
    does anyone know of a way i can fix this? any help would be
    appreciated.
    thanks!
    brian
     
  2. SteveRS

    SteveRS Stunt Coordinator

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    I had a problem like that with a Pioneer 710HD.
    The bottom convergence grid line was warped down below the screen in the bottom left area.
    I had to bring up the 72 point convergence grid and adjust that area even though I could not see the line. It was way off.
    Could be something like this.
    If the geometry is off in that area then convergence will be impossible to get right.
     
  3. Brian_Linnen

    Brian_Linnen Stunt Coordinator

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    hi steve!
    thanks for the suggestion. i have looked through my manual
    that came with the tv and i can't find any way to bring up a
    72-point convergence screen. i imagine that our tvs are differentsince we have different brands. maybe i just can't do that.
    man, i am bummed out!!
    brian
    ps. sorry that i posted this in the wrong area initially.
    somehow i missed this forum when i was going down the list.
     

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